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Faculty Digital Resources
Learning resources and support for digital pedagogy.
JSTOR Daily is an online publication that contextualizes current events with scholarship. Drawing on the richness of JSTOR’s digital library of more than 2,000 academic journals, thousands of monographs, and other materials, JSTOR Daily stories provide background—historical, scientific, literary, political, and otherwise—for understanding our world. All of our stories contain links to free, publicly accessible research on JSTOR. We’re proud to publish articles based in fact and grounded by careful research and to provide free access to that research for all of our readers.
Welcome to the ever-expanding universe of scholarly research! There's a lot of digital content out there, and we want to help you get a handle on it. Where do you start? What do you do? How do you use it? Don’t worry, this course has you covered.
This introductory program was created by JSTOR to help you get familiar with basic research concepts needed for success in school. The course contains three modules, each made up of three short lessons and three sets of practice quizzes. The topics covered are subjects that will help you prepare for college-level research. Each module ends with an assessment to test your knowledge.
American Psychological Association (APA) Pandemic Resources
The following is a list of corporations and service providers who are offering special discounts on technology, open educational resources, or support for higher education institutions transitioning to remote work and online learning during the COVID-19 outbreak. The list is sorted in three tabs including technology, OER, and access service offerings.
Free Resources for Schools During COVID-19 Outbreak
"Teacher, Interrupted: Leaning into Social-Emotional Learning Amid the COVID-19 Crisis" by Christina Cipriano and Marc Brackett. March 18, 2020. This article is part of the guide "Sustaining Higher Education in the Coronavirus Crisis".
"How Librarians Continue Their Work Digitally Even as Coronavirus Closes Libraries" by Jeffrey R. Young. March 17, 2020. Features both podcast and transcript. This article is part of the guide "Sustaining Higher Education in the Coronavirus Crisis".